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  • Carbon Nation (NR)

    Peter Byck's fast-paced 2010 documentary warns of imminent climate change—and its potentially disastrous environmental, economic, and geopolitical impact—while examining the promise and challenge of developing low-carbon alternatives to petroleum. more...
  • Carmen & Goeffrey

    Linda Atkinson and Nick Doob's 2004 documentary lovingly profiles Geoffrey Holder and Carmen De Lavallade, iconic figures in the world of dance and theater who've been spouses and professional partners for more than half a century. more...
  • Choose Connor

    This 2007 drama by writer-director Luke Eberl concerns a bright, idealistic 15-year-old boy who becomes the protege and “youth spokesman” of an oily Senate candidate. more...
  • Compass Cabaret 55

    Mark Siska's documentary chronicles the birth of modern improvisational theater through the work of the short-lived but enduringly influential Compass Theater, founded in Chicago by David Shepherd and Paul Sills in 1955 as a reaction against the conservatism and complacency of the Eisenhower era. more...
  • Con Artist (NR)

    If Mark Kostabi weren't a real person, this portrait of him might easily pass for a Borat-style mockumentary. more...